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Budget’s Indigenous languages funding ‘insufficient’ to support revitalization work, says B.C. advocate – CBC

Federal budget allocates $334M over 5 years to language preservation, promotion and revitalization Mar 22, 2019 If Ottawa is serious about supporting the revitalization of Indigenous languages across Canada, a…

Empty dresses spotlight North American Violence ‘Epidemic’ against Indigenous Women – Net Newsledger

March 22, 2019 More than four in five Native American women have experienced violence in their lifetime and thousands are missing WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Dozens of empty red…

Brady’s bunch – Winnipeg Free Press

The distance from Cross Lake First Nations to Sunrise, Fla. is nearly 3,500 kilometres, but the journey for Brady Keeper was infinitely longer, filled with countless obstacles along the way.…

Northern NDP MP says Indigenous languages underfunded in 2019 Liberal budget – MBC Network Radio Online

Mar 21, 2019 Saskatchewan’s northern MP says there is both good and bad in the 2019 federal Liberal budget in terms of Indigenous spending. NDP MP Georgina Jolibois says the…

OPP investigating Pikangikum homicide – Dryden Now

March 22, 2019 The OPP is continuing to investigate a homicide in Pikangikum First Nation, 10 years following the death. On March 22, 2009, 33-year-old Judy Ann Quill of Pikangikum…

Tsilhqot’in To Hold Water and Drum Ceremony on steps of BC Court of Appeal – My Cariboo Now

Mar. 21st, 2019 The Tsilhqot’in Nation will be in Vancouver to mark World Water Day and their fight to protect their land. The Tsilhqot’in Nation and other First Nation Chiefs…

Culture camp focuses on art for healing, resistance – SooToday.com

Join NORDIK’s Urban Indigenous Youth for Change for a free day-long culture camp March 29 NORDIK’s Urban Indigenous Youth for Change (UIYFC) initiative is hosting a free day-long culture camp…

Justice, education and child protection targets of Alberta Liberals’ Indigenous policy platform – Toronto Star

March 21, 2019 CALGARY—Alberta Liberal Leader David Khan announced his party’s Indigenous policy platform Thursday, promising fundamental changes to the way the province deals with Indigenous issues in justice, education,…

Moose Cree council dissolved, chief is out, after mass resignations – Timmins Press

In a demonstration of non-confidence in the current chief, nine of the 12 members of Moose Cree First Nation Council tendered their resignation Wednesday night. March 21, 2019 In a…

Helping Canadian schools support Indigenous language learning – UM Today

March 22, 2019 The language we speak influences how we see the world. Its expressions and nuances bear cultural and historical significance. To lose our language is to lose a…

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